Puerto Vallarta is a melting pot of cultures, styles, moods and grooves and it’s thanks to the eclectic variety of people that flock here. Alison Lo was drawn to PV due to its magnetism and her curiosity and is now a headlining artist in town.
Elliot Page’s Times cover will set a precedent in the fight for trans equality. Cultural change is a hard thing to measure accurately but important moments of visibility, such as this cover, can help raise awareness and start a conversation.
Without a thought, Puerto Vallarta is a lively town with much to see and do and most visitors might feel like they didn’t have enough time to take it all in. Local attractions, water activities, beautiful beaches and a huge offer of restaurants and bars to choose from make it seem almost impossible to find yourself with nothing to do and although this is true, we’ve got an exciting option for you to keep on your agenda. Every Wednesday afternoon the Historic Center Art Walk takes place with participating galleries offering welcome cocktails to guests and sometimes even having artists present to greet and meet visitors.
Yesterday evening the lower chamber of Mexico’s Congress passed a group of laws which legalize the recreational use of marijuana. With 316 votes in favor and 129 against these laws now permit users to possess up to 28 grams for personal use and in home cultivation of 6 to 8 plants depending on the number of consumers in the household. These laws of course only apply to those over the age of 18 and have certain nuances.
The state of Yucatán announced this afternoon that two of its municipalities, Sisal and Maní, have been awarded the designation “Pueblo Mágico,” or Magical Town, by Mexico’s Ministry of Tourism (SECTUR).